Madelyn Lohman (b. Cameron, MO, 1998) is a fine art photographer currently based in Superior, WI. Lohman’s practice originates from the interest in her life, family history, and the places she travels through. Lohman explores the multi-layered and nuanced notions of place through still lifes, portraits of interior spaces, and landscapes. 

Lohman began working with black and white film in 2017 and historical techniques in 2019. She currently specializes in wet plate collodion. 

Lohman has produced an artist book titled What the Wildflowers Tell Us (Self-Published, edition of 10, 2023), been a part of sixteen group exhibitions, including Homescapes in Barcelona, Spain, and Preceding The Future at the William Harris Gallery in Rochester, NY, and two solo exhibitions. Lohman received her BFA at the Kansas City Art Institute in 2021 and her MFA at the Rochester Institute of Technology in 2023. During her graduate studies, she also taught as an instructor of record for two years. Lohman is currently an Assistant Professor at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, MN


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